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July 6, 2012
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Children's author shares personal story in latest book

Gardnerville author Colleen Nestroyl recently published her eighth children's book, "One Day When My World Shook."

The 30-page book features a Chihuahua named Blaze who discovers he has epilepsy and must go to the UC Puppy hospital in San Francisco for brain surgery.

"There's over 50 million people worldwide that have epilepsy. I wanted to teach people how to deal with it," Nestroyl said. "There's types of diseases out there we need to be aware of and how to handle them."

Nestroyl recommends the book for adults and children.

"To someone with epilepsy this book would be an eye-opener that …

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